Volume 18, No 1, 2021

Computer Assisted Learning (CAL): A Learning Support System Solution


Muhammad Wali and Lukman Ahmad

Abstract

This study tries to provide a solution by engineering existing information re-sources, designing it into a support system to facilitate lecturers or teaching staff to create, load and present multimedia teaching materials, both to groups and personal, network-based or stand-alone. The use of HTML language as a basis for web-based applications and the use of local networks can make Computer Assisted Learning more flexible and have unlimited functions on the architecture de-signed by researchers to use the function data methods as a data framework stored by CAL. Broadly speaking, this research is divided into three stages, namely pre-development data collection, development and implementation, and post-development data collection. Pre-development data collection is intended to obtain a preliminary study of the core problems being faced, while the development and implementation phase focuses on modeling software design into diagrams and making programming code to implement the design that has been made. While the stages of post-development data collection are for the improvement of applications made, drawing conclusions, and suggestions for further re-search topics. From the results of this study, several conclusions were obtained, the CAL that was built made it easier for students in learning and CAL was built by utilizing HTML Sheets as a medium for presentation of teaching material because it was very effective for displaying teaching materials in the form of text, images, animation, audio, and video.


Pages: 299-314

DOI: 10.14704/WEB/V18I1/WEB18090

Keywords: Design, Support Systems, Computer Assisted Learning.

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